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The Peacock Goddess Lighted Statue
Accent lamp inspired by artist Philippe Wolfers (1858-1929)
While there's an enchanting mythological thread of legend between the stately peacock and the fair goddess, this is the first time we've seen it rendered in sculptural form! The famous Peacock Goddess Lamp was a true sensation at the Salaon National dec Beaux-Arts exposition of 1901. It's a magnificent example of symbolism in Art Nouveau, this 15-inch dancing duo unfolds in a sparking, iridescent shimmer of tiny, faux jewels. Cast in quality designer resin and finished in faux French bronze, our Toscano exclusive accepts your single, 25-watt type "b" candelabra bulb and is illuminated by switch on cord.
- Simple assembly required.
- Light fixture accepts your (1) type B (E12) 25-watt (120V) bulb not included.
- Switch on cord.
- Indoor use only.
Click to Order Replacement Lamp Shade
About The Artist
Philippe Wolfers (1858-1929)
Belgian silversmith Philippe Wolfers is well known for his Art Nouveau and Art Deco style of jewelry sculpture decorative objects and tableware crafted in silver bronze ivory and marble.
Weights & Dimensions
- 15"Wx9"Dx15"H. 5 lbs.
- 9" Dia. Resin Peacock Shade